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Geography, 04.05.2022 14:00, kactus

Put the various phases of Earth formation in correct order. -Primitive marine organisms performs photosynthesis

- Earth is incandescent molten body

- rain falls and violent storms occur

- the oceans are formed, but there is still no free oxygen in the atmosphere.

-The dencer element sink toward the inner core.

-The ozone layer protects earths surface and living things from the suns radiation

- volcanic eruption sent out the lighter element; some of the early atmospheric gases.

- The increase of gravitational force reduces the volume of earth.

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